Meaning of wonderland in English:



  • A land or place full of wonderful things.

    ‘London was a wonderland of historical sites, museums, theatres, shops, and entertainment’
    • ‘Technology had made some places rich powerful wonderlands full of wealth, while in other places the people had so little that they sometimes starved to death.’
    • ‘Here it was a complete wonderland full of white ice that covered the earth as far as the Eastern Mountains.’
    • ‘Before long, they were strolling beneath silver moonlight in one of the most spectacular horticultural wonderlands in all Viridia.’
    • ‘These two world heritage sites are visual wonderlands for the traveler looking for something more sensitive and aesthetically rewarding than the shopping malls of Hong Kong and Singapore.’
    • ‘Like Alice through the looking glass, the Russians have entered a French version of wonderland, full of bounty.’
    • ‘It was late evening when we left Wonderland for a third wonderland: the Gold Souk.’
    • ‘Overlooking Traverse Bay from the western shore of Old Mission Peninsula, the eight-acre site is a wooded wonderland.’
    • ‘During the 1950s a new generation of land speculators sought to create a recreational wonderland at Salton Sea for wandering Los Angelenos and Vegas Rat Packers.’
    • ‘She has several vintage mirrored tables in her home, adorned with cut-glass vases full of blossoms, which create ‘a wonderland of colour, glass and light’.’
    • ‘Three dancers representing twilight, darkness and full - moon create a wonderland of charm.’
    • ‘The park is a marine wonderland with many superb diving sites and wonderful snorkeling.’
    • ‘Following launch, early on we would receive interesting e-mails via the Web site about spectacular projects in Hawaii or Florida or other waterfront wonderlands.’